[Mono-dev] What is the status of the Windows x64 port?
billholmes54 at gmail.com
Mon Jun 30 16:55:42 EDT 2008
Jonathan has summarized my efforts correctly. My main focus has been
to fix the tests under mono/tests. I have not attemped to run any
other tests but I was thinking about running the mscorlib tests next.
Given the tentative release schedule from Miguel and the rate problems
are being addressed we will not be done with the x64 port at the
branch (July 14.) I have not spoke with anyone else on the team about
if work will be allowed to continue in the branch for the 2.0 release.
On Mon, Jun 30, 2008 at 2:37 PM, Jonathan Chambers <joncham at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'll let Bill Holmes give more details, as he has been working on
> finishing the port. At this point, I believe the regressions tests on Win64
> are only slightly worse than on Win32 (maybe 5-10 more tests failing, IIRC).
> I don't believe a full bootstrap has been attempted with mcs yet.
> The biggest problem for automated build/release is integrating into the
> current cygwin based mono build process. This may only be the biggest
> problem as I/Bill have little Makefile/autotools experience. I started
> working on producing a make target for the mono runtime to be built with
> MSVC and using the output for the full build, but have been busy with a few
> other things at this point.
> 2008/6/30 Kornél Pál <kornelpal at gmail.com>:
>> The fact that I was able to run mixed-mode assemblies on Windows x64
>> makes me believe that there hase been a quite impressive progress in
>> implementing support for Windows x64. Congratulations and thank you!
>> Could someone woring on this let us know the actual status and whether
>> it will be a supported platform in Mono 2.0?
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